....I have six windows 7 licenses from my college, one for each computer (plus a windows server license). There is no "one license only" rule at the college, they simply ask that I don't give them away.
As to the other programs, (Visual Studio, VMware, etc), I have one or two licenses, depending whether I need them on both my laptop and desktop or not.
For MS office, I have one of these
which I bought and a 2007 version of the same thing.
For games, most current ones don't need a license to install, but instead require an account with the game license attached, so I can install them on any number of computers.
None of this has anything to do with my question though.
Let me reiterate my question:
Every computer I install windows on has the following:
-Chrome and FF
They also have one of each of these:
-MS Office or open source alt
-AV, either Nod32 or Avira or another
They may have any number of the following:
-MSI afterburner, CPUz, furmark, prime95
-vent, xfire, teamspeak
-a lot more
Manually installing most of these isn't too hard but I find myself doing it more and more often and the time adds up. As a programmer, I automatically try to eliminate useless repetition. Is there a better way to this than with images?